(the tattoo is of a smoking gun with the word "Ambition". close up
watertown, new york LASHURE'S people pleasin never been aggressive before nanny dog ROSCOE, acted out his own little version of goldilocks and the 3 snack sized dogs saturday morning. the first victim was behind a fence with an armed foe. the second victim had two defenders, one armed. best to keep looking for an easier target. and the tenacious never say die pit bull didn't have to look much further before he got lucky. too bad his luck ran out when he encountered a human who loves his dogs more than nutters love their grippers.
ROSCOE ran into a home and attacked a dachshund. that's when the dachshund's owner swung into action, stabbing and clubbing the mutant to death.
and for Mr King's trouble and trauma, does he get an "oh my god, i'm so sorry. i will pay for the vet bill and the clean up of your home. please send me the bill. i'm sorry, i'm sorry. i am so glad you are okay."
KIMBERLY LASHURE goes public and makes excuses. "ROSCOE was a family pet. It was not his nature to attack, he has been fine with my children. His collar gave him a rash, so I took it off and he SOMEHOW got loose." the fact that this mouthbreather doesn't know the answer and is clinging to "somehow" is a real head scratcher. i feel like i am back at catherine hedges' website.
and how about this statement...
“I would just ask, Why did he have to be killed?” she said. “I don’t understand that. That’s the question that I have. If you had to hurt him and we had to take him to the vet — if we had to amputate a leg — at least the dog would still be living.”amputate a leg? wtf?
that pit bull drinking game would come in handy right about now. i think it would make LASHURE a little easier to understand.
i am a teetotaler, so i will opt for a quick background check on the ambitious mouthbreather instead.
oct 2008 Christopher L. Arruda, 25, of 906 Water St., was being held Wednesday in the Metro-Jefferson Public Safety Building under $5,000 bail on a petit larceny charge.
He was arraigned in Watertown City Court following his arrest Tuesday night for the alleged theft of a $199 reciprocating saw at Home Depot.
His driver, Kimberly N. Lashure, 320 Waltham St., was cited with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation and driving a vehicle having suspended registration.
Following the alleged 7 p.m. theft, police were provided information that led patrols to go to the Lashure residence and wait for the suspects to arrive. When they were confronted on Waltham Street, they did not have the saw, police said. The investigation continues.
Mr. Arruda is also facing a charge of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, cited Oct. 8 when the Metro-Jeff Drug Task Force alleged he had heroin.
Ms. Lashure was also cited with traffic charges on Sept. 9 when another man who was riding with her was found possessing heroin.
dec 2008 Kimberly N. Lashure, 21, Watertown, faces three counts of third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, two counts of fourth-degree conspiracy and single counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance and first-degree criminal nuisance.
She is accused of possessing more than a half an ounce of heroin with the intent to sell it in early October in the town of Adams. It is also alleged that she arranged with others to have the drug transported into the county. She is further accused of providing heroin to another person to sell it on early November in Watertown and of allowing her Waltham Street residence to be used as a place for drug sales.
june 2009 A Watertown woman was sentenced Friday in Jefferson County Court to 1 1/2 years in state prison for possessing heroin.
Kimberly N. Lashure, 21, address unknown, will have to undergo an additional year of supervision upon release from prison for a March 17 guilty plea to third-degree attempted criminal sale of a controlled substance. She was accused in a grand jury indictment in December of possessing more than one-half ounce of heroin with the intent to sell.
nov 2011 Eleven people were arraigned Friday in Jefferson County Court on grand jury indictments unsealed in court alleging they had and sold cocaine.
Kimberly N. Lashure, 24, of 608 Academy St., faces single counts of third-degree criminal sale of a controlled substance, third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and fourth-degree conspiracy. It is alleged she sold the drug in early August. Bail was set at $5,000.
this mouthbreather is too stupid to even come up with a name for her child.
a convicted felon in possession of a pit bull. WHY? why is this even allowed?
KIMBERLY LASHURE will appear in court on March 29 on charges of damage to property, having a dog at large and having a dog without its proper tags.
THIS HOME INVASION WAS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY THE APATHETIC WATERTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT FOR REFUSING TO DISPATCH AN OFFICER FOR A MERE "STRAY DOG".